Police say family trouble likely behind murder of six in Japan
The police believe the six were killed from Sunday evening to Monday morning.
Turkey’s Cavusoglu recounts grisly details from Khashoggi murder tape
“You can tell he is enjoying it,’’ Cavusoglu said, adding that “he likes to cut up people. It is disgusting.’’
Trump mulls establishing national TV to counter CNN
Mr Trump laments the “unfair and false way” CNN is portraying the country.
Hungarian PM calls Brexit ‘political, economic defeat for EU’
“The loss is greater than the loss of money because it was the political and economic defeat for the EU.”
New Zealand allocates $15.6m to get more kids on bikes
“Cycling is a fun, easy way to make exercise part of everyday life.”
Qatar to receive 6 F-15 fighter jets from U.S. in 2021
It is the first batch of 36 warplanes it agreed to buy from the United States.
Turkish police search two villas in Khashoggi’s murder probe
Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2. His remains have not yet been located.
Russia opens civil case against Google over search results
Over the past five years, Russia has introduced tough internet laws.
UAE pardons British academic sentenced to life for spying
The UAE cast Mr Hedges as a British spy who was given a fair trial for grave espionage offences.
Turkish police inspect villa in Khashoggi investigation — Media
A forest is also being searched for his body.
Uganda boat mishap death toll rises to 33 – Police
The death toll from a boat accident on Lake Victoria over the weekend rose to 33 on Monday, Ugandan police said, as survivors described moments of heavy drinking and raucous fun before the vessel, slammed by powerful waves, tilted and sank. The Saturday evening tragedy occurred hundreds of meters off shore as the boat, carrying […]
Iran quake injures 600, no deaths reported – state media
Iran sits astride major fault lines and is prone to frequent tremors.
UN urges end to detention of asylum seekers in Libya
An official argues that it is reprehensible that refugees are being detained instead of protected.
5.0-magnitude earthquake strikes off Japan’s Fukushima prefecture
The temblor occurred at 11:30 p.m. local time, with the epicenter at latitude of 37.0 degrees North and a longitude of 141.2 degrees East.
Turkey says Trump comments on Khashoggi show he will turn blind eye to killing
On Tuesday, Mr Trump allegedly vowed to remain a “steadfast partner” of Saudi Arabia.
North Korea may still be working on nuclear reactors – IAEA
The IAEA is watching North Korea via satellites.
Khashoggi: France imposes sanctions on 18 Saudi citizens
Mr Khashoggi was killed in Saudi’s Consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
EU, UK agree Brexit draft, but gaps remain before summit
Prime Minister Theresa May wants all negotiations concluded before British election due in mid-2021.
12 hurt as Philippine Air Force helicopter crash-lands
The helicopter’s passengers included members of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
China, Brazil to launch new earth resource satellite in 2019
The programme has set a good example for cooperation among developing countries in the field of space technology.
Denmark suspends Saudi weapon export approvals over Khashoggi, Yemen concerns
Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s biggest weapons importers.